If you think younger workers today are motivated by money, think again. Successful companies will give millennials real time feedback. Find out the best ways to motivate millennials to top performance, contact Celia today.
Has your family business made it a priority to plan ahead? A Succession Plan helps you realistically plan ahead. Contact Celia, she’s got years of experience developing succession plans for family businesses.
Do you have more than 50 employees or $50,000 in government contracts? Then you need an Affirmative Action Plan [AAP]. Call us today for help navigating the federal regulations or assistance with completing a Compliance Review.
We offer 30 years of experience delivering business and leadership training programs to the teams of HR Executives, CEOs & Presidents in the fields of banking, manufacturing, government and high tech.
Are you a Not-For-Profit, Family-Owned Firm or Busy Entrepreneur needing help with business planning, goal setting & succession planning? Celia's personal approach will help you make more money working fewer hours.
“Dianne Lauffer takes what can be a complicated process, annually updating Aptima’s AA Plan, and simplifies it. Our HR group is spared the notable amount of hours it would take us to handle this task in house.”
Mary Grace Springthorpe, Human Resources Director, Aptima, Inc.
“Celia reviewed my books and helped me re-price my services and account for all the costs of doing business. Because of Celia’s business coaching, I was able to double my 4th quarter profit and realize a 38% increase in revenues for the year. Like icing on the cake, I even ended up working fewer hours!”
Jennessa Durrani, President Celebrate: Special Events Marketing
Sean Doyle, 2nd Generation Owner, Doyle Insurance
“Celia’s combined background in education and business makes her an excellent corporate trainer who brings her experience to the classroom very effectively; she is smart, passionate, quick-thinking, and direct in her approach. She challenges participants to push themselves and think outside of the box.”
Karin E. Spychalski, Director of Human Resources, Gordon Brothers